The part number 209M is not available in Stainless.
Finding the serial number of a CM2000
The CM2000 serial number can be found by reading register 2096 and 2097. Use the following formula to find the serial number. If register 2096 is negative then the Serial Number = (reg.2097 x 2^16)+(reg.2096 + 2^16). If register 2096 is positive Serial Number = (reg.2097 x 2^16)+(reg.2096)
The part number for a 20mm conduit cap is- 262/20
The part number for 20mm HFT corrugated conduitart is 9020CHF.
Overall dimension of 651A2-BK is 365 (W) x 209 (H) x138(D).
Yes the part number is 221/20
The part number for a 20mm brass plug for steel conduit is 1220S20.
The part number is a - 242HF20-BK
The part number of the reducer supplied with weathershield isolators, 25mm plain, external, to 20mm threaded ,internal reducer is 222/2M-GY.
You can purchase a 955RW, BALS211 + 56CR310 + flex
Part number is 9020CHF, this is no longer available in NZ
266MD20 - for 20mm medium duty conduit.
266MD25 - for 25mm medium duty conduit.
The only difference with the XCSE7342 is the cable entry is 20mm
No longer available use 30-20mm adaptor and 20mm plug
No, unfortunately there is no stainless steel conduit clip. Only the full saddles are available in stainless steel.
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade
XY2CJS15H29 will suit up to 20m operating cable length.
You will need to use a temperature coupler in the board and a temperature probe outside. Up to 20m limit.
The customer needs to determine the current firmware version of a Circuit Monitor 2000 either via front panel or over comms remotely by software.
CM2000 Series meters:
Firmware version verification
The meter may not have the latest firmware version 17.011 (fix for rapid energy accumulation on pervious versions of firmware)
If CM2000 software is connected to an Ethernet Gateway unit such as EGX or ECC, a Modbus TCP/IP program (like Modscan) or Modbus "Tester" could be used to determine the firmware version over comms.
1- Read register 2094. This register has a 4 digit number. The two digits on the right in the 4-digit decimal value represent the circuit monitor firmware version (e.g. the decimal value of register 2094 is "1617", the firmware version is 17.XXX).
2- Then read register 2093. This decimal value represents the circuit monitor firmware sub-revision level (e.g. the decimal value of register 2093 is "9", the firmware version and sub-revision is 17.009).
To download "Tester" software, you may refer to article FA180037
Via front panel:
The version of firmware in the CM2 can be determined by using the Configuration option of the Setup Mode. The Configuration option allows the user to view configuration data in Protected Mode. No changes to CM2 configuration can be saved when in Protected Mode. When entering the Configuration option in Protected Mode, the CM2 will cycle through four screens of device information. This information will contain the firmware version currently resident in the CM2. It also contains the device model number and the last four digits of the device serial number.
PROCEDURE: To view configuration data, complete the following steps:
1. Press the MODE button until the red LED next to [Setup] is lit. The circuit monitor displays ConFig.
2. Press the PHASE [Enter] button. The circuit monitor displays the password prompt P - - - -.
3. Enter 9999 for the password. To enter 9999, use the SELECT METER [Value] buttons to decrease the displayed value until it reaches 9999. Then press the PHASE [Enter] button. The circuit monitor enters the protected viewing mode and scrolls through the following device information:
- d=2450 (the number after d= represents the device model number)
- s=0345 (the numbers following s= represent the last four digits of the device serial number)
- r=1617 (the first two digits after r= represent the reset code revision and the last two digits represent the circuit monitor firmware revision level
- L=0009 (the digits following 1= represent the circuit monitor firmware sub-revision level, as in firmware version 17.0009)
After this scrolling sequence, the display shows the present CT ratio.
The instructions are also in the attached POWERLOGIC/POWERLINK TECH SUPPORT Application Tip document.
It is a metal 20mm cable gland entry to fit the ZCMD** limit switch body.
There is also a 16mm option ZCDEP16.
ZCD21 + ZCDEP16 + ZCE01 + ZCY45 = XCKD2145P16
The ZCDEP16 is the 16mm cable entry, the ZCDEP20 can be substituted if a 20mm cable entry is more suitable.
The part number would be 248/20 which is a combination screw head 20MM 3/16 BSW.
The part number is 244HF20-BK
The code for the threaded blanks is PDL56PLUG20GY
2 x 13mm PG at bottom and top
2 x 20mm ISO at bottom and top
2 x 21mm PG at bottom and top
2 x 25mm ISO at bottom and top
The SC2025 protrudes 20mm from the rear of the plate, Allow minimum 10mm for cabling behind the plate.
The replcaement for this Safety switch would be a XCSB702 which was the superceeded again by the XCSB702.
The Main difference is that the XCSB702 has a 20mm thread as apose to the half inch thread.
Any 240V momentary switch, such as a 30MBP Bell Press Switch can be wired to either of the two new mounting bases 755RB or 755RFB up to 20m away. A relay can also be pulsed on momentarily via a security or home automation panel to activate the test/hush function.
NetBotz Fiber Pod Extender
NetBotz Fiber pod extender.
The NetBotz Fiber Pod Extender is composed of two main components:
- Local Extender Unit
- Remote Extender Unit
The Fiber Pod Extender has an integrated 4 port USB hub built into the Remote Extender Unit.
The NetBotz Fiber Pod Extenders support up to 1640 feet (500 meters) of CAT-5 cabling between the local and remote ends.
Local Extender Unit:
- Attaches to NetBotz 420 or 500 via standard USB cable
- Upstream = USB B connector (connects to the 420 or 500)
- Downstream = MT-RJ connector (connects to the Remote Extender Unit)
Remote Extender Unit:
- Integrated 1 port USB hub
- Upstream = MT-RJ connector (connects to the Local Extender Unit)
- Downstream = USB A connector (connects to camera or sensor pods)
- Maximum of 1 hub can be connected to the Remote Extender Unit to extend an additional 16 feet or 5 meters.
Both ends of the Fiber Pod Extender must be powered.
Fiber Cabling Specifications:
- The fiber cabling must provide a duplex connection and be terminated with MT-RJ connectors at both ends.
- To ensure proper operation, only 62.5/125 multimode or 50/125 multimode cabling should be used to connect the Local Extender Unit to the Remote Extender Unit.
The entries on the three enclosures are different. The 56E1/20/20 has two 20mm entries on the top and one 25mm entry on the bottom, the 56E1/25/25 has two 25mm entries on the top and one 32mm entry on the bottom and the 56E1 has one 32mm entry on top and one 25mm entry on the bottom.
Part no is BJB204 - it is 20mm with 4 entries.
this is the link https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?CatNo=BJB204&c=1&ms=5&mg=348&g=3485018
Or BJB254 - it is 25mm with 4 entries.
this is the link https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=BJB254
Issue: Part numbers
Product Line: BMH
The part number for the power cable for a BMH1003 xxxxxx motor is VW3 M5101 Rxxx . where xxx = 15, 30, 50, 100, 150, 200, 250, 500, 750 for cable lengths 1.5m, 3m, 5m, 10m, 15m, 20m 25m 50m and 75 m respectively, The composition of this cable is [(4 x 1.5 mm^2) + (2 x 1 mm^2)] and comes with a pre-made M23 style industrial connector on the motor end and free ends on the drive side.
The part number for the feedback cable for a BMH1003 xxxxxx motor is VW3 M8102 Rxxx where xxx = 15, 30, 50, 100, 150, 200, 250, 500, 750 for cable lengths 1.5m, 3m, 5m, 10m, 15m, 20m 25m 50m and 75 m respectively, The composition of this cable is [(3 x 2 x 0.14 mm^2) + (2 x 0.34 mm^2)] and comes with a pre-made M23 style industrial connector on the motor end and an RJ45 style connector on the drive side.